Born in Tahoka, Texas, she spent her formative years in Artesia, New Mexico, returning to Texas during the 1960s. A very loving, talented and beautiful Christian lady in her own right, she lives in Fort Worth with her husband, Richard, his dog, Magnum, and wonders how she manages to put up with either one of them while they try to drive her crazy...not intentionally, of course, but sometime those two just can’t help it.
The recipes in this first volume...as well as future volumes...appeared in various cookbooks Nelda Moore Marmo created...or helped create...over a period of 40 years at Haltom City Church of the Nazarene in Haltom City, Texas. If you've ever tasted good ol' fashioned cooking at a church fellowship or dinner on the ground, you know what to expect.
This delightful pair of tales told by Nelda Moore Marmo, opens a window into everyday life in both the hard times and the better...at least by some standards...times. More could be told about this ebook, but why spoil the fun, humor and surprises from times past. Times that many wistfully remember as the good ol' days,
Follow the adventures of Blacky, a long-haired dachshund, as he explores the Brown family farm and learns about vacations. He also learns that not all wildlife is harmless, even if they do have fluffy black fur and a bright white stripe down their back!
A moving and insightful journey through 50 years of joy, tears, laughter and service to God. Along the way Nelda will show you...as only she can...that you can serve God and have a lot of fun at the same time. While only using 8,842 words and 18 photos (including the cover), this book speaks volumes. A must read.